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Dec 30, 2012 5:30am PST
to h.i.v.-aids. >> it is still new in south dr. koop. she believes it is what more people want. it is free and available at every clinic and a hospital, but people do not want to go there so the government has teamed up with a charity group to provide testing in people's homes. >> it to be stiff. in line with someone i know and they will tell someone this on get tested. this is more private. >> those who do not mind going to the hospital sometimes find it difficult to get there. >> this family is one of many who are unemployed and the parents are struggling to feed their children. finding money to catch a bus and pay for the hospital is hard. someone's home testing kits to be sold in shops, but it is a controversial idea. >> if you are alone in the house and you find yourself you're positive, we do not know what is going to happen there. i doubt it will take the results in a positive way. they may react in a very certain way. >> bringing it into people's home has other advantages. >> it may be tableau. brain these services helps these families to help someone into a kind of med
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